Wall Street, K Street, Bay Street, Silicon Valley—the locations are legendary and instantly recognizable. They are places of incredible financial and political influence, in or near some of the world’s largest cities. And each attracts high concentrations of corporate lawyers and large law firms. So it’s no surprise that many of the largest companies send most of their work to lawyers in these cities.

But is it the right call? Put another way, and this is the question we’re posing, should clients more actively consider significant but less expensive cities like Denver, Phoenix, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Portland, Baltimore, Detroit, Cleveland, Tampa, Milwaukee, Charlotte and Atlanta for their major legal work?

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